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to go into action

  • 1 poner en observancia

    • enforce
    • put into action

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > poner en observancia

  • 2 entrar en trance

    • go into a stall
    • go into action

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > entrar en trance

  • 3 poner en funcionamiento

    to put into operation
    * * *
    (v.) = activate, set in + action, set up, trip, put into + working order, put in + place, put in + place, put into + place, set in + motion
    Ex. Deferred orders are activated when the 'claim overdue order' function is run.
    Ex. So he sets a reproducer in action, photographs the whole trail out, and passes it to his friend for insertion in his own memex.
    Ex. This means that it must be well documented, with for example user manuals, test data and guidance on setting up systems.
    Ex. The cord which trips its shutter may reach down a man's sleeve within easy reach of his fingers.
    Ex. One of the definitions of 'organise' is to give orderly structure to, put into working order.
    Ex. Compromise organization schemes, making allowances for weaknesses of individuals, will naturally be put in place as necessary.
    Ex. Compromise organization schemes, making allowances for weaknesses of individuals, will naturally be put in place as necessary.
    Ex. Garvey suggests that the list of references is a key part of any scientific paper, since they help to put the research described into its proper place in the development of the scientific consensus.
    Ex. If someone reports that a member of the staff is drunk while on the job, the supervisor must immediately set in motion the prescribed personnel procedures for verifying the charge, issuing a warning, observing and documenting future performance, and, if necessary, initiating a dismissal action.
    * * *
    (v.) = activate, set in + action, set up, trip, put into + working order, put in + place, put in + place, put into + place, set in + motion

    Ex: Deferred orders are activated when the 'claim overdue order' function is run.

    Ex: So he sets a reproducer in action, photographs the whole trail out, and passes it to his friend for insertion in his own memex.
    Ex: This means that it must be well documented, with for example user manuals, test data and guidance on setting up systems.
    Ex: The cord which trips its shutter may reach down a man's sleeve within easy reach of his fingers.
    Ex: One of the definitions of 'organise' is to give orderly structure to, put into working order.
    Ex: Compromise organization schemes, making allowances for weaknesses of individuals, will naturally be put in place as necessary.
    Ex: Compromise organization schemes, making allowances for weaknesses of individuals, will naturally be put in place as necessary.
    Ex: Garvey suggests that the list of references is a key part of any scientific paper, since they help to put the research described into its proper place in the development of the scientific consensus.
    Ex: If someone reports that a member of the staff is drunk while on the job, the supervisor must immediately set in motion the prescribed personnel procedures for verifying the charge, issuing a warning, observing and documenting future performance, and, if necessary, initiating a dismissal action.

    Spanish-English dictionary > poner en funcionamiento

См. также в других словарях:

  • into action — to an active state They had already put the plan into action. [=started using the plan] Firefighters are ready to leap/spring/swing into action [=quickly start working] at a moment s notice. ◇ When people or things are called into action, they a …   Useful english dictionary

  • put sth into action — ► to begin working to make an idea or a plan happen or be successful: »We need to put these plans into action in measurable ways, so that employees regain a sense of control over their lives. Main Entry: ↑action …   Financial and business terms

  • put something into action — phrase to start using something such as a plan or idea Our plans aren’t quite ready to be put into action. Thesaurus: to carry out a plansynonym Main entry: action …   Useful english dictionary

  • put something into action — to start using something such as a plan or idea Our plans aren t quite ready to be put into action …   English dictionary

  • Dream into Action — Studio album by Howard Jones Released March 23, 1985 …   Wikipedia

  • swing into action — phrase to start doing something quickly and effectively, especially something that you have been trained to do As soon as the first customers sit down, the team in the kitchen swing into action. Thesaurus: to start doing somethingsynonym… …   Useful english dictionary

  • (Let's Get Movin') Into Action — Infobox Single Name = (Let s Get Movin ) Into Action Artist = Skye Sweetnam featuring Tim Armstrong from Album = Sound Soldier B side = Released = February 16, 2008 Format = Digital Download Recorded = 2006 2007 Genre = Ska Pop rock Length = 3:40 …   Wikipedia

  • spring into action — ˌspring into ˈaction | ˌspring into/to ˈlife idiom (of a person, machine, etc.) to suddenly start working or doing sth • ‘Let s go!’ he said, springing into action. • The town springs into life (= becomes busy) during the carnival …   Useful english dictionary

  • leap into action — phrase to suddenly start doing something As the King approached, photographers leapt into action. Thesaurus: to start doing somethingsynonym Main entry: leap …   Useful english dictionary

  • call into action — see ↑action • • • Main Entry: ↑call …   Useful english dictionary

  • call into action — index summon Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

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